October 2018 Blog Posts (5)

Webinar recording: Evaluative thinking

Hi all,

I was recently involved in hosting (and contributing to) a webinar on "evaluative thinking" for the organizational learning and evaluation capacity building topical interest group of the American Evaluation Association. Since the material covered may be of interest to this group, I'm sharing the link to the recording herehttps://youtu.be/fgAlk1SC2LI…


Added by Tom Archibald on October 23, 2018 at 23:30 — 2 Comments

Assuming Sustainability + the SDG criteria

Folks, following on from Rituu's blog about the EES conference, here's mine on sustainability and the SDGs, not gender per se but maybe interesting. Waving!

Assuming Sustainability and Impact is Dangerous to Development (+ OECD/ DAC evaluation criteria)

We all do it; well, I used to do it too. I used to assume that if I helped my field staff and partners target and design funded projects well enough, and try to…


Added by Jindra Cekan, PhD on October 20, 2018 at 14:00 — No Comments

Learnings & some nice things from European Evaluation Society conference 2018

I presented at EES conference but more importantly learned from brilliant professionals from around the world.

Nicest thing was the informal meet ups between members of Gender and Evaluation community. see pictures https://gendereval.ning.com/forum/topics/european-evaluation-society-conference-informal-meet-ups ;…


Added by Rituu B Nanda on October 9, 2018 at 11:00 — 3 Comments

SDG Target 5a: Challenges to achieving gender equality on access, ownership, and control over land!

There are two indicators to measure progress towards SDG 5 target 5a Undertake reforms to give women equal rights to economic resources, as well as access to, ownership and control over land… “, namely:

  • Indicator 5.a.1:(a) Proportion of total agricultural population with ownership or secure rights over agricultural land, by sex; and (b) share of women among owners or rights bearers of…

Added by Ranjani K.Murthy on October 6, 2018 at 10:57 — 3 Comments

Looking at Universal Health Coverage/Publicly funded health insurance scheme with a gender lens

Hi all

Sharing a recently published paper based on a literature review of studies on Publicly Funded Health Insurance Schemes in India with a gender lens (part of my PhD thesis). 

Would appreciate if anyone can share insights/experiences on how to engender measures such as 'catastrophic health expenditures' and 'impoverishments' widely used by health economists in a gender neutral way.…


Added by Rajalakshmi RamPrakash on October 4, 2018 at 11:28 — 1 Comment

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